Who doesn't love really cute animals to go and play with!? Not only that, you can participate in over 30 fun and exciting activities held throughout spring, summer and fall.
Lucky Ladd Farms is Tennessee's largest petting zoo. There are over 100 super friendly farm animals, including pigs, sweet little goats, and pretty pecking chickens in Henny Penny's chicken coop. You might be lucky and see some little baby chicks hatch from their cozy eggs!
Not only can you get up close with the farm animals, but you can enjoy fun wilderness wagon rides, play and run on acres of recycled playgrounds, super slippery mega slides, a choo choo tractor train, fun games, crazy mazes....phew we're exhausted even just thinking about it!
Those little farmers under 75lbs can enjoy their weekend pony rides - get saddled up and take a ride on Dolly, Diva, Fancy, or one of the other super cute ponies they have at the farm.
Keep an eye out on all the fun seasonal activities they have for you to participate in, including the always popular Pumpkin Patch, festive Easter Egg Hunts and the Corn Maze.
If you love it so much and think your friends will too, then make sure you ask about holding your birthday party at the farm. We're sure Dolly and Diva would love to be invited too!
$11 (ages 2 - 12)
Military / Seniors / Free for Members
For smaller crowds during Spring and Summer, try visit during the week. Also, many activities are located outdoors so best dress in layers if the mornings are chilly and the afternoons are lovely and toasty! Don't forget to wear clothes that you don't mind getting dirty!
They offer Concessions in Spring, Summer and Fall. During the fall, you can also feast on mouthwatering beef burgers, loaded baked potatoes, delicious homemade pies, caramel apples and so much more! Feel free to bring your own packed lunch too, and enjoy it in the picnic areas located at the farm gates. You can also bring one unopened bottle drink per person.
Healthy Eating Apples and fruit cups are available for those wanting something on the healthy (but just as delicious!) side.
Guided tours for schools are very welcome at the farm. Educational school programs promote the understanding and exploration of the natural world, with an emphasis on agriculture. These are available during spring, summer and fall. They are also available for pre-school, elementary and secondary grades. They provide an enhanced learning experience which compliments the Tennessee Curriculum Standards. Don't forget to make a reservation!
Their lovely gift shop features beautiful farm products such as jams, pies, jellies, t-shirts and of course toys!!
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Of course! Portable restrooms, hand washing stations and baby changing facilities are available.
Hours vary by season. Weekends usually 10am - 6pm
April to October
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